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What would life be like without remote controls?
Wednesday, August 26, 2015
EL CAJON, Calif. – What would our lives be like today without a remote control for our televisions, stereos, DVD players, ceiling fans, cable or satellite devices, and more? Remote devices have been around for a long time. The first patent was issued for a remote device in 1898 to Nikola Tesla for a radio-controlled boat, but the use of remote
 
Our white liberal conundrum
Wednesday, August 26, 2015
One of the enduring debates since the enslavement of Africans in the American colonies has been the extent to which well-meaning whites can appropriate black suffering and be a true participant in our liberation. From the roots of the abolitionist movement to the Niagara Movement, and subsequent founding of the interracial NAACP to the civil rights
 
Hurricane Katrina’s impact still devastating on black residents
Tuesday, August 25, 2015
New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu took to the road to declare his city is “no longer recovering, no longer rebuilding” a decade after Hurricane Katrina devastated it in one of America’s worst natural disasters, but some refuse to buy that speech. For many African-Americans who watched their city submerged in the waters of the Gulf of
 
Are you having fun with today's politics?
Tuesday, August 25, 2015
“I'll see your two blacks and raise you two more.” The vast majority of the news is centered on politics, specifically the 2016 presidential race, which is 14 months away. Black people are being sucked under by a whirlpool of nonsense on TV news outlets, newspaper and magazine commentaries, lectures and even some protests. Candidates are
 
Tillis talks politics at breakfast
Tuesday, August 25, 2015
RALEIGH – 18 Seaboard buzzed with conversation and the clinking of silverware as members of the Raleigh Chamber of Commerce enjoyed breakfast in anticipation of a special guest. Senator Thom Tillis, North Carolina’s newest congressional member, shared his priorities for his first term in office and answered questions from the audience as part
 
Biles rolls to 3rd straight national title
Monday, August 24, 2015
INDIANAPOLIS — Simone Biles’ friends are running out of words to describe her almost as quickly as Biles is running out of competition. At the moment, there is none. And a year might not be enough time for the rest of the world to catch up. Battling perfection as much as the rest of the field, Biles soared to her third straight U.S.
 
Juror discrimination pushes the death penalty controversy
Monday, August 24, 2015
It’s been more than two years since the General Assembly repealed the Racial Justice Act, eliminating the right of death row inmates to assert statutory claims of racial discrimination in juror selection. The cases of the few inmates who managed during the Act’s short life to establish such discrimination and have their sentences reduced to
 
President Obama to observe Katrina anniversary
Monday, August 24, 2015
Almost 10 years ago, the world watched as the waters of the Gulf of Mexico — urged on by the pummeling winds of Hurricane Katrina — swallowed the city of New Orleans, and wreaked havoc up and down the coast. On Aug. 27, President Obama will travel to the Crescent City to commemorate the 10-year anniversary of this costliest and one of the
 
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Eagles out to prove last season no fluke

DURHAM – The theme for North Carolina Central’s football season is “Leave No

Will the South rise again?

The South Division lost in the CIAA championship game for the first time in 11 seasons, not

NCAA forces teams to strengthen schedules

The days of sissy scheduling in athletics are about to end, especially in football. The NCAA is